That's a wrap! It's the final episode of Not Your Usual Ball Drop!
Get ready to sail-a-brate episode 13 of Not Your Usual Ball Drop! Michael Denton is a blokarting world champion.
At just 20 years old, Chelsea Ruiz has represented New Zealand three times for Korfball and is now working towards another world champs.
Emma Derrick is a star member of Dead End Derby's Living Dead Rollers team - the highest ranked B team in New Zealand for roller derby.
Woodchopper, Pete McEwen, first started competing in the Wood Chopping Men’s Open at just 15 years old.
We have Andrew Williamson, NZ's second highest ranked male in Aikido (a Japanese martial art) for episode 9 of Not Your Usual Ball Drop.
The "weight" for episode 8 is over! Shea Crotty was recently presented with the first NZIFBB Natural Pro Card for Figure.
Is it a bird, is it a UFO? No, it's a Frisbee! We're flying into episode 7 of Not Your Usual Ball Drop.
We danced our way into the next episode of Not Your Usual Ball Drop! Karry Summers is a multi-award winning pole dancer.
Tayla Bruce, a Blackjacks lawn bowler, stepped up to the mat for the 5th episode of Not Your Usual Ball Drop.
Le's get thrown into the fourth ep. of Not Your Usual Ball Drop. We have New Zealand's up & coming Lacrosse striker, Jacob Hall.
We got ourselves into a bit of a pickle for the third ep. of Not Your Usual Ball Drop - a web series focusing on minority sports.
NYUBD - a web series focusing on minority sports. We have New Zealand's very own five-time Asia-Pacific downhill skateboarding champion.
NYUBD - a web series focusing on minority sports. First out of the blocks is New Zealand's silver medal winning heptathlete Lexi Maples.
Throughout our multi-platform campaign, we focussed on how SPELD NZ has been transforming lives for 50 years.
Two ex-criminals believe their halfway house support is what turned their lives around. But places like these in New Zealand are rare.
You may not know this, but June is international LGBT+ pride month.
The Zero Carbon Bill is now open to public submissions after passing its first reading in parliament.
Winter has arrived bringing good news for skiers and Mt Hutt.
As duck shooting starts again for another year, some question the integrity of the sport.
It will be your last chance to stock up on Girl Guide biscuits tomorrow, as the charity funded organisation stops their sales forever.
Sydenham Anzac Service has been cancelled by the Christchurch City Council following police advice.
Mike King, founder of The Key to Life Charitable Trust, announced on his Twitter this afternoon that $917,632.63 has been donated through the Gumboot Friday Campaign.
Kilwinning Lodge, originally a Masonic Lodge, sits in the heart of Lyttelton on Canterbury Street but was badly damaged in the 2011 earthquake.
Since Professional Trampolinist Maddie Davidson was seven years old, she knew she wanted to go to the Olympics.
Simon Bridges spoke with New Zealand Broadcasting School students before visiting the Canterbury Refugee Re-settlement Centre.
With winter fast approaching, hot water bottles are used across the country to keep kiwis warm, but are we keeping ourselves safe?
Surf Life Saving New Zealand believes it is time for the government to begin to help fund their services.
Two pedestrians are hurt, one in a critical condition, after being hit by a car at the intersection of Fitzgerald Ave and Gloucester St.
One man to appear in court today on charges related to raids on stables and propoerties.
Harness racing identity Mark Purdon's stables among those raided, but he says police not interested in him.
Mt Hutt ski area manager says fresh dump of snow will bring "fantastic conditions".
The beginning of spring brings joy for most but for farmers it can be the busiest time of the year.
One person became trapped after a two-car crash on Mairehau Rd.
A new community car park, which funds neighbourhood projects, has opened in the city center today.
Plumbers say chlorine is corroding copper pipes and that the same thing happened in Havelock North before Christchurch.
Christchurch weather should be fine today, but it will be a different story for those going to the Game of Three Halves tonight.
Banks Peninsula Community Board delays Urumau Reserve development plan due to conflict over mountain-biking tracks.